It’s not enough to teach students what is right and wrong. To actually build character, you have to help students learn how to do right. That takes more than a list of rules or a set of target behaviors. It requires that students struggle with their own choices and examine the motives beneath them. Students don’t have to enter that painful, confusing struggle alone. There is help.
What We Do
CiViL Groups provides a safe small group setting in which students can talk about the issues that motivate their choices. Led by a trained adult facilitator, students discuss the choices that lead to good or bad character. Character lessons are enhanced by opportunities to serve others within their school, in the local community, and in other communities.